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amendments," mark levin from his bunker. sir, how are you? >> i'm good, how are you, sean? >> i guess next they'll be singing songs to castro after this, mark. >> yeah, why not? i mean, we're adopting the castro agenda, aren't we? obama care is a -- not only is it a complete disaster, but i'm afraid, sean, we're never going to get rid of it. because the republicans don't want to get rid of it. and instead of taking on obama and taking on the left, they're taking on the conservatives and the constitutionalists and attacking them, telling us to wait until tomorrow and the next day. these french republicans, they are always surrendering. and the fact of the matter is, if they're not going to aleast attack the discretionary funding or use the power of the purse in the house to pass a continuing resolution that funds part of the government, but not this part of the government, what's left? once this thing is instituted, it's not going to implode. i hear this, oh, the law is going to implode. have you ever heard of an imploding law? >> no, never. >> you have to repeal a law. you have to defund a
mistrust that the grassroots movement has, no offense, sean -- >> none taken. >> -- that the grassroots movement has with the republican party on this because there's a lot of things they feel they've kind of compromised on before. and whenever it comes to the discussion of compromise in washington, d.c., it's always it seems republicans who have to give up the most. democrats have to give up the least. >> is that, though, because the republicans only have one half of the house? i mean, they've got the house. but they don't have the senate. they don't have the white house. i mean, the fact is you've got to own all the moving parts if you want to call the shots. >> elections have consequences. that's why when i hear some individuals -- we had 3 million republicans that just didn't go out and vote this election. we lost swing states by a couple of hundred thousand votes. those were votes we could have gotten. we could have won those states. so yeah, elections do have consequences. we don't control the senate. so we can't sit here and demand we're going to have a repeal because there's no
all of you guys there. >> i know you're sean spicer. i know that any. let me start with you, republicans are fight right now, particularly in the house and senate whether or not to de-fund obamacare even if it means shutting down significant portions of the government. good idea or bad idea? >> in general a good idea. our party is united as far as getting rid of obamacare. we recognize the fact more americans are losing their health care, costs are going up, the problems continue with the implementation of obamacare. what i think we have a robust difference on is the tactic how to make that happen. some people believe we can de-fund it through the continuing resolution process. some people believe you're not able to do that because of the way the funding is structured in terms of mandatory spending. if we can get resolution it should be done, i think they agree it should be de-funded and what's the most effective way to do it. that's where the breakdown occurs. everyone wants to get to the same place but how to get there. >> a lot of the tea party people have drawn a line in
to knock down the flames. reporter sean bennett has firsthand accounts from neighbors. >> reporter: a chaotic monday as fire crews work to get water on the flames. >> just totally engulfed in flames. >> flames up that high, i knew it was not going to be a pretty sight. >> reporter: flames lit up the solano county sky. >> from all the crackling in the wood and the dark smoke that's material burning. >> reporter: neighbors say they heard explosions coming from three outbuildings, two cars and a boat that were burning on poplar road in vacaville. >> there was a lot of heat and the flames were super high. hoping it didn't come across and catch these trees and stuff on fire. >> reporter: with the flames so intense, crews were at a disadvantage are the nearest fire hydrant 5,000 feet away on leisuretown road. >> being in a rural area, bringing water in takes time. we were able to get enough in to control the fire. >> reporter: as for the six people living inside the home they were able to get out as fire worked to save their homes. in vacaville, sean bennett, kpix 5. >> neighbors reporte
at the plate. he will sneak by the catcher. allows two hits. sean grounds it back to the pitcher. chula vista moving on. great run for our local heroes. they will be proud of our season once it wears off. >>> since the all-star break, a's seemed to have lost their mojo. pitching has been a slump despite five home runs. oakland has lost seven of the last night contests. sonny gray took three batters to get a home run. here a two run shot by jose. a's tied in the second, josh reddick, loves the canada air, fourth homer. two-run shot and war tied at 2. 4-3 jays. jose reyes, see ya! here is one of two r.b.i.s. guess who? reddick again. 5-4 jays and now two on for cespedes. catches him swinging. toronto wins. >> giants hosting the orioles. all three giants were on in the sixth. hunter pence with a bases loaded. 3-1 g-men. leads all of baseball, courtesy of a solo shot off the center. 466 feet. giants will hang on to win it 3-2 the final. >> this is the final season for the 49ers at candlestick. today they held their final fanfare. chance for fans to get up close and get autographs and watch them p
's court were arguing about the child's last name. his birth certificate reads messiah sean jordan. the judge ordered his name be martin mcala. >> the word messiah is a title and it's a title that has only been earned by one person and that one person is jesus christ. >> never intended on naming my son messiah because it means god. i didn't think a judge could make me change my baby's name because of her religious beliefs. >> it's not over yet. she's appealing the judge's decision and said she will continue to call her son messiah. when we come back the a's continue their road trip north of the border could pop their bats stay hot? sports is next. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. the a's are a very talented time but ticked off right now. the green and gold are having a bad month of baseball, so bad it caused them to slip to second place in the al west. one game behind the texas rangers. well that's not going to stand in oaktown. top of the sixth, tied at 1-1, brandon months says i'm boss right now. sends that 400 plus feet. a's go up 3-1 in the game. tied again at 3 in the eighth
was done in the run-up to benghazi. martha: you know, tell that to the mother of sean smith. tell that to the family members tyrone woods and glen doherty and chris stevens who still no doubt want answers to what happened. it raises questions about politics as well, byron. there is no doubt in my mind when we get into the heat of the political season, republicans and folks on the other side of the aisle from hillary clinton will pull the sound bite of her at that the hearing what difference does it make why it happened at this point, what difference does it make? it almost feel as though the link of evidence there, john kerry says i came into office. i performed my own exhaustive review what happened. these people did nothing wrong. done, over, tie a bow on it, this thing is finished. >> republicans will want to ask secretary kerry, what did you find out in your review that this high level administrative review board missed in their review? does that tell us we don't have the whole story? remember one thing, kind of sounds like a broken record, we still have not heard publicly, co
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alam and he tried to say they just want justice. he told sean hannity that we are standing to show america we are muslim and we denounce terrorism and we understand with the solidarity that we were villain niecessed and victimized. sean hannity challenged him and said that's not exactly what your statement said. we called care, a moderate muslim organization for comment. they said, eric, they are not getting involved in this rally at all. they have nothing to do with it. they call him an anti-semit whack job. he was on fox and friends and this rally does seem to be a little strange. >> to be clear, he is not part of care. care does president want to be be -- care doesn't want to get involved. this is not a muslim march but it is a truther convention that will happen in dc. i watched that interview with sean and the rabbi and then gasser coming in -- jasser coming in afterwards. we had nothing to do with 9/11 and muslim radicallists flew planes into the building and eventually we all realize what is going on. >> i think dana's point is exactly right. i don't think they will pull thi
in a fairfax courtroom. the trial is expected to last six days. sean, back to you. >> this man was stand king on train tracks. he was a senior and a member of the men's volleyball team. patrick was a world class athlete and developed into a dominant volleyball player. it was his love for teammate and friends that shined the brightest. a 25-year-old man killed in a construction accident in maryland. man was working in a trench seven feet deep when the dirt collapsed. he was working with the crew building a deck on the back of a home. >> we are learning what caused last week's horrific accident on the bay that caused -- the tractor trailer rear ended a car and pushed the vehicle down to the water. the driver was not seriously hurt. if you would like to take a closer look, we posted details on myfoxdc.com. both sides looking to resolve ambulance dispute between the volunteer fire department. they were upset about a newman date requiring four career firefighters staffed there ashed the clock. that mandate could have meant volunteers bumped from trucks. they agreed to continue discussing the issu
.i.t.police officer sean collier. a procession of police officers on motorcycles riding through cambridge, placing a single red rose in the spot where the 27-year-old died exactly four months ago today. authorities say collier was executed by the suspected boston marathon bombers while they were on the run. collier's sister said he would have been proud to see today's tribute. >> he believed in honoring police officers for what they do and first responders, that was important to him. >> organizers say the event raised $50,000 to help families of officers killed in the line of duty. >>> to colorado, just call it a burt day celebration. he is having a week-long bash, with cake, special hippo snacks and free admission for anyone named bert. he is the second oldest hip pot must. that's fox watch across america. happy birthday to bert. >>> it was a near catastrophe yesterday. a gust of wind turned the tarp on a boat, sending two overboard. the sailors were almost crushed but scooped up in seconds. despite the problem, they sailed to victory. the wind has been a concern during the race. rule changes com
sean johnson described the whale as a 40 foot juvenile fin whale. he performed a neck ropsy to fick out what had driven it to the shore. it was the fourth whale beached since between. most were hit by boats. >> it's going to be really difficult to say what, why it's strapped, but it is a rare occurrence for the whales to strap here in our stranding area. >> this whole place was like full, then when they heard that the whale was dead they all just started leaving. it was sort of depressing. >> reporter: the county plans to bury the whale on the beach, the place where it landed and died in front of so many people. >> it made me sad, because i know there's a lot of whales out there, but he was just a baby, he should have had a lot longer life. >> reporter: joe risotto junior, nbc bay area. >> it was sad to see. for so many people to watch if unfold. >>> heart breaking. we've got a red flag warning. >> that fire warning getting sparked off by the lightning that we're getting in the atmosphere right now. we haven't seen any light nip strikes across the bay area just yet. the pattern is very
a problem with that. >> at north avenue beach, sean lewis. wgn news. >> that is still a lot of fun. a new round of protests and a standoff at the mosque in egypt, next. more than 1000 angry demonstrators refuse to leave their place of worship. >> also, mandatory evacuations in several idaho towns as a wildfire rages nearby. >> what is prompting a new inquiry into the death of princess diana? she died 16 years ago. jim, we had a beautiful day today. bob, not get used to it, because the whole weather pattern is about to change. the heat is coming back. i will have details and the forecast still ahead. >> you are watching chicago's very own wgn news. ben,robert jordan, jackie jim ramsey, and rich king. this is wgn news at 9:00. 6 children, 44 years... it's been a happy union. he does laundry, and i do the cleaning. there's only two of us... how much dirt can we manufacture? more than you think. very little. [ doorbell rings ] [ lee ] let's have a look, morty. it's a sweeper. what's this? what's that? well we'll find out. we'll find out. [ lee ] it goes under all the way to the back wall. i c
, sean hornback, all had opportunities during the course of their captivity to escape and none of them did that. people have characterized it as stockholm syndrome, i think it's probably a little bit more complicated than that given the circumstances. but she needed to keep herself alive. that's the key to absolutely everything. and that's exactly what happened. and she is alive. >> you'll hear these four horseback riders, horsemen, who were out in the wilderness talking about that a little bit later on during this press conference. we'll hit play, we'll pause, take a break and come back. play it. >>> wendy walsh is here. marc klaas is here. both have expertise in this subject. we're talking of the rescue of hannah anderson. let's play the press conference, then we'll talk more. >> you have that prickly feeling. you do what is right. and sometimes it's better to call and be wrong and not call and wish you had. i think everybody that's standing here would have done exactly what we did. there's nothing heroic about it. nothing. just that's what you do. >> do you feel like you were part o
star lindsay lohan says she is an addict. >> the discussion was, i was sitting with sean and we were talking about, are we going to fight this, take to it trial? and parts of my decision was at that point i strangely -- being in my addiction and everything, and having all the chaos around me i was so comfortable with, i somewhere inside knew and kinds of wanted to go to jail. martha: because she is addicted to alcohol and other drugs. she was released from court-ordered rehab. the interview is airing on the own network. gregg: some 46 detainees in gitmo considered so dangerous that the government will not release them. but they also won't try them for fear that national security secrets could be revealed. all of that could soon change as the united states begins to review their cases. the president wants to do it. kt macfarland, a fox news national security analyst joins us now. you think nothing speaks to the failure of president obama's war on terror policy than gitmo. >> when he became president the first directive was he was going to close gitmo. then we are not going to close gi
kerri walsh. >> i can please talk to sean the lawyer? >> what are you talking about? >> sean would come back with cops with lawyers. >> i'm trying to prevent a urder from happening tomorrow. [applause] michael: whoo! yeah. all right, everybody. that's rebecca romijn and that's "king & maxwell." check out the season finale tonight. rebecca: and we are live tweeting on it. michael: now you say you've got a live tweet during the tweet is rebeccaa on >> rachael: today... >> this is a momma-daddy party, get your kids and put on sponge bob. >> rachael: you think you heard sherri shepherd say it all on "the view"? not even close. >> i started twitching, sal asked me to pick u a dollar bill. >> rachael: calorie blasting workouts that are outdoors and in. helping viewers spice up their sex lives. >> i'm going to make my own self pregnant. [cheers and applause] >> rachael: welcome, everybodod welcome! i'm so excited because today is another co-host monday,, which means i get to do just half the job and half the work i normally do. i love thihis next -- not only guest, but co-host. she's not just
the audience. >> hi. my name is sean lingus, i'm a reporter with smart grid today. my question is for mr. , mr. izard and anyone else who wants to answer. it's been said with regards to isac there aren't enough security clearances in the industry for everyone who wants to participate. does nerc acknowledge that this is a problem and, if so, what's being done to address it? >> hi, sean. thanks for the question. we, industry recognized that we needed to get security clearances out to those that really need it, so then you do the simple math, i want to say there's 4,000 entities, and you come up with a model that maybe three or four clearances are needed for entity. you do the math, it's just simply not achievable with the budget with constraints, the handling of that many background investigations, etc., etc. so who really should get those clearances? well, the cip committee, the technical committee that reports directly to the board of directors tackled this problem for about the eight months. we formed a task force, and we built a product. that's one of the reports that's going to the board he
. and lastly, we're joined by mr. sean moulton, the director of open policy program, for a group which aim dozen promote government accountability and openness. mr. moulton served for several years as a research fellow and contract employee at the united states environmental protection agency. i want to thank all of you for being here. your full mint statement -- written statements will appear in the record and i ask you to do your best to contain your testimony to the five minutes. and we look forward to engaging you in questions. the chair now recognizes mr. dippel for five minutes. >> my names donnie dippel, president of texas ag industries association. subcommittee chairman mahan, ranking subcommittee member clark, and thank you for letting us testify at this meeting. before i given my time i'd like to extent my thoughts and prayers to the fellow texasns who experienced should great loss as a result of the west, texas, explosion. texas ag industries association membership is comprised of manufacturers, distributors, retailer dealers and allied companies involved in the sale of federal
of any favorites from 1985. before i go on, i called the producer today -- should i mention him? had sean. i said for the music, maybe we could do some other songs from 1985 because, you know, it's great summer songs. so he said okay. which ones are you thinking? , i said "raspberry beret." and he said i've never heard of that. >> i never heard of it. >> you heard of raspberry sorbet. >> this is a moment everyone has been waiting for. you know how songs evoke memories? the other day i heard this song, my favorite summer song "your love" by the outfield. take a look. ♪ i just want to use your love tonight ♪ ♪ i don't want to lose your love tonight ♪ >> bob, do you care to repeat what you just said? >> that's what straight people listen to. >> was that your hairdo back then, eric? >> hell no. >> his hair was blond back then. >> what was your favorite summer? >> i don't know. >> what was your favorite summer? >> my favorite summer was the summer that i worked at the delicatessen and i got to take home all the salami i wanted, i worked for mr. kim. i got a big summer bonus. it was all
? >> yeah. as i said last night on sean hannity's show, look, you've got a potential situation where assad will be deposed and who will replace him? it may well be someone who has allied with ansar al-shariah, the very group that is responsible for orchestrating the benghazi terrorist attack which is -- we will be marking the first anniversary in less than a month. and the question is always going to be, is this intervention going to cause more harm than good? >> gretchen: yep. lots of moving pieces here. let's move on to the next dicey topic, which is obamacare. believe it or not, a new poll shows that 44% of americans are not even sure that it's actually the law of the land right now. so some people are asking whether or not they'll be surprised when the bill starts rolling in. here is that poll right there. obamacare confusion, 44% don't know if it's law. 31% unsure if it's law. 8% believe the law was repeeled. and 5% believe it was overturned by the supreme court. what does this say to you? >> well, can you blame the americans for the state of confusion about this? i mean, there are so
puns but they are a sign of a high iq. >> it's a lost art. >> sean, i have to give you props. you were filming this whole thing and you had to orchestrate this whole thing i imagine. take us through the set up process. >> he yes, well this is an agreement of ever since i met her six years ago. she didn't mention this 6 years ago i probably would have run away. the bun in the oven has been in her back pocket for an lo imtoo. i knew i needed to take my technical skills especially knowing how momma lee reacts to things. >> clayton: if you are just waking up. a lot of viewers waking up right now and may have missed it it let's play this great moment. >> oh, it's a bun. where is it? it's in -- [screams] >> clayton: alisyn, would have you figured it out that quickly. >> alisyn: oh it's a cinnamon roll, thank you. were you afraid you were going to eat it before figuring out the pun? >> well, i think it was an old expression and since i'm a senior citizen i eventually did put it together. when i first saw the bun i didn't understand why it didn't have a pan underneath it i was just totally sho
officers and their supporters. they're here to remember their fallen brothers and sisters. including sean collier, the young mit police officer who was shot and killed by the alleged boston marathon bombers. 200 officers from more than 75 departments are riding. >> and i am very, very sorry for your loss. >> they stop at the site of officer collier's death to pay tribute. the procession continues to the state house. for a memorial service honoring all of the fallen officers in massachusetts. ♪ o say can you see -- >> your service is what makes us safe and your sacrifices protect our freedom. >> reporter: leading the charge, harry harrington, a former police officer and the founder of ride for cops. >> the mission for ride for cops is simple. it is to raise support for families of fallen police officers and raise awareness of the dangers of law enforcement. 100% of the money we raise goes back to support law enforcement and almost all of it back to support the families of our fallen heros. >> reporter: and for the friends and families of the fallen officers. >> today's event meant to me
. back breaking work contains the nation's most dangerous inferno. sean moore is a second generation fireman. the engine boss will spend two weeks facing the firestorm, about as much time as he spent at home this fire season with his 8-month-old son. >> my wife is sendg me photos and videos of him every night. different things he's starting to do that i'm not there for. >> idaho's beaver creek fire is massive. the size of denver. only one home has been destroyed but this morning, 1200 are threatened. the johnsons evacuated their dream home for a shelter six days ago. i think we'll be okay as long as mother nature cooperates. the firefighters are doing their job and i'm feeling optimistic. >> reporter: with fires burning faster and hotter than ever before, the drought out west is fueling 48 major wildfires. in california alone, 9 of 19 national forests are on fire. nationwide, 18,000 firefighters are on the front lines today. >> we can mitigate that hazard by not having somebody in there. >> i agree. >> reporter: the fire fight out west tough on the frontlines and at home. overnight m
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